Digital Forensics News April 2018
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The Child Rescue Coalition is partnering with Magnet Forensics to combat growing child exploitation crimes.
Arman Gungor demonstrates how to forensically analyse email attachment timestamps in Outlook.
Griffeye have released Paliscope, a new software which will enable OSINT investigations.
Mac4n6 reports on a macOS log file showing AFPS encrypted plaintext passwords.
Paraben's E3 platform has been updated to version 1.7.
A blog post on Metaspike talks about why Outlook shouldn't be used to forensically preserve emails.
MSAB have updated several of their products: XRY 7.7, XAMN Spotlight 3.2 and Elements 3.2 and XEC Director 3.1.
The latest issue of Digital Investigation is out now.
Oxygen Forensic Detective now supports drones; it is the only tool able to extract all data from a DJI drone with just a USB cable.
Brett Shavers has some suggestions for how to make digital forensics easier to learn with visual aids.
Paraben's PFIC conference is now open for registration.
A new DFIR social network has been set up as part of DFIR.training.
ADF Solutions have released version 4.3 of their software.
Susteen's Forensic Director allows investigators to centralise all digital forensic tools in one location.